This has to be. Probably the longest song they ever played as well. Guy rapping in the middle is Peter Green.
August 28, 2005 Subject:
thats crazy man the grateful dead is so amazing man its like i can see them jammin in front of me man its all so crazy why did jerry have to go why god in some sense god saved him from the 90's but only half of it the 60's 70's and 80's Where Grateful and the Grateful Dead is them those years i wish i was their but i was just a thought in my moms mind but wow man i wish i was their to see the look on jerry's face when i gave him some wicked weed man this show is amazing man
February 1, 2005 Subject:
this is an excellent clip of a historic show with good sound. classic pigpen. lovelight is a trip...great filler material. i dug up some info on this show from blairjackson.com.
Out of jail and free on bond, the group played the next night at the Warehouse, and two nights later, in a remarkable show of solidarity, The Dead, Fleetwood Mac and The Flock donated their income from that show to a bust fund. The Warehouse was surrounded by police all three nights, but that didn't stop some fearless and reckless insider from dispensing a large amount of LSD to the crowds on hand and, in the words of Rolling Stone, "the bands blew the lid off the house." A few weeks later, Bill Graham put on a bust benefit show at Winterland featuring the Airplane (who had been busted at the same New Orleans hotel a couple of weeks before the Dead), Quicksilver, Santana and It's A Beautiful Day. After expenses, the show raised $15,000, which was enough to cover the initial legal expenses after the bust.